STEM education is the foundation for our STEM discoveries, our workforce, and our collective future.  One of National Science Foundation’s “Grand Challenges” is to broaden participation in STEM education and careers to reflect the full diversity of our nation.
To meet this Grand Challenge we need creative, inspirational, and diverse middle and high school STEM teachers.
Pacific University Woodburn Campus has received over $3M in NSF Noyce Scholarship funding ($15K/awardee) to support great STEM students to become transformative STEM teachers.  We have graduated over 100 Noyce Scholars since 2011 with a 98% hire rate and long-term retention.
Do you know a current student who would make a great STEM teacher, and inspire young people to reach farther in STEM?
The next start date for our MAT STEM/ESOL program is June 28, 2021-it isn’t too late to apply, and we have found that often that nudge from a professor is just what a student needs to take that step!
Applications for the Pacific University NSF Noyce program are now open.  Our information flyer to share with students can found here:
You and your students can learn more about the program here:
Thank you for the work you do in STEM and for sharing this opportunity with your students!

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